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November 14, 2013
November 13, 2013
In 1973, the San Francisco Socialist Coalition, with whom, as an Oakland socialist, I had a fraternal connection, ran Kayren Hudiburgh for the board of supervisors.
You're probably more like Lululemon's offensive founder than you think
You have more in common with the chain's offensive owner than you think
Someone not named P.G. Wodehouse has just written a new Bertie and Jeeves novel, and Wodehouse fans should worry.
Wednesday, a group of legislators introduced a different kind of abortion bill into the U.S. Senate.
As the Philippines struggle to recover from Typhoon Haiyan—which killed thousands of people and is one of the most intense tropical cyclones on record—a new UN report suggests the South Pacific should prepare for more catastrophes.
2013 is set to be among the ten warmest years since modern records began in 1850, and sea levels are at their highest point ever, making low-lying coastal regions more vulnerable to super storms like Haiyan, the World Meteorological Organization said Wednesday.
According to Jed Perl's brutal 2009 assessment of Francis Bacon: Not very much.
Good news: There's a "side door" into Obamacare via insurers' sites. Bad news: It relies on the same terrible information technology.
These two maps show the combined domestic and international flight routes for American Airlines and US Airways.